Disciplining children is an important activity every parent is challenged with. Be it your 2-year-old child or a 12-year-old, discipline is extremely i
When my little one started learning her first words- she rattled off "mom", "dad", "cow" and "apple", much to our joy.
I am constantly observing the way children react to situations, their behavior, their happiness quotient etc. Why? Because I am always questioning myse
Being a parent isn’t easy. Forgetting that you’re one is even more difficult. Once a parent, you will always think, feel, assess, react, celebrate and
I did what I saw. I learned from other mothers around and thought that I need to protect my children from rain, cold, heat and any other thing that cou
As parents, we are often required to say no to our children. And most of the time it is for a good reason.
Right from best of the crafts, food, birthday’s and education, I’ve tried to give my best to my son, right from his early days.
How saying NO affects kids – The other day I was looking at a video shared by a mom in our Mommy group.
Anyone who has followed my blog for any length of time knows that I never claim to be a great parent. For me, it is a journey of learning that helps me
During the initial days of motherhood, I found a study that said that the average toddler hears the word 'NO' about 400 times a day!
As parents, I’m sure most of us use the word, ‘No’ more than any other in our vocabulary. But what else do we do to keep a tab on our little devils?!
We’ve been traveling so much recently that all my latest blog posts are on travel tips.
Summer vacations have begun and school’s finally out. Now that your young ones have so much free time, how do you keep them active and entertained thro
Dealing with temper tantrums of a toddler can try the patience of the most even tempered parent too. The idea to overcome your toddler’s tantrums is to